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Cambodia Holidays


Points of Interest of Cambodia

Cambodia still has some of the loveliest islands in mainland Southeast Asia. That’s true for those beginner travellers. The Cardamon Mountains has one of the last unbroken rainforests across Asia. It’s rich with a vestige of wild tigers and elephants, and a majestic eco-tourism spot.

Angkor Wat, Krong Siem Reap, Cambodia

Where to Stay in Cambodia

The accommodations in Cambodia is the most cost-efficient in the whole of Southeast Asia. Yet, are you looking for the most known hotels? Then you can’t say no to Sala Lodge and Raffles Grand Hotel d’ Angkor in Siem Reap. Don’t forget of Raffles Hotel Le Royal in Phnom Penh too.

Siem Reap tours - Krong Siem Reap, Cambodia

Things to Do in Cambodia

Cambodia has a complex history and rich culture. It offers a plethora of things to do with the iconic temples of Angkor being the top attraction of the country. The spiritual Ta Phrom is best visited. It highlights at dawn as the rising sun brightens the forest-covered temple ruins.

Away, the floating villages on the Lake Tonle Sap offer a glimpse into a traditional way of life. The capital of the country sheds light on the ruthlessness of the nation’s years under the Khmer Rouge.

Where is Cambodia

Situated in the southern part of Indochina Peninsula in southeast Asia, it covers 176,515 sq. km of land. Cambodia became an independent state in the 1950s. It earned its independence from France. The population of Cambodia is 15,883,000.

The currency of the country is Riel (KHR). Its capital is Phnom Penh. It has maximum longitude of 107.620 and maximum latitude of 14.690.

Best Time to Visit

Cambodia is most sought-after between November and April when it gets less rain. You will notice clear blue skies. That makes it perfect to enjoy a soothing getaway on the southern coast. At the end of the summer months, The Tonle Sap arrives.

It’s one of the true wonders of Cambodia comes to life and is known as one of the floating villages of Cambodia.


How Do I Get There?

Public buses don’t operate in Cambodian cities except for the previously started city bus service in Phnom Penh. Tuktuks are widely utilised and most sought transport option in the country. You can hire them for your personal use for the entire day. They are wonderful means to travel from one destination to the other.

You can get motodups, tuktuks and taxis to and from the airport in major cities such as Siem Reap and Phnom Penh. Public air-conditioned buses operate from the Phnom Penh International Airport to the city.